INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Model # 8692/8693 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING! S H U T P O W E R O F F AT F U S E O R C I R C U I T B R E A K E R . 1. Shut off power at the circuit breaker and remove old fixture including mounting hardware. 2. Carefully unpack your new fixture and lay out all the parts in a clear area. Take care not to misplace any small parts necessary for installation. 3. You need to make two holes on the wall in correct position in accordance with the long strap (C) and the outlet box (A), then insert the anchor (E) into the hole. 4. Pull black and white wires out of electrical outlet box (A). 5. Thread the four studs (B) into the pre-drilled holes in the long strap (C) spaced the same distance apart as the holes in the back plate (F). 6. Attach long Strap (C) using Outlet Box Screws (D) to the outlet box (A), screw the wood screws (G) into the anchor (E) (Fig 1). 7. Connect the electrical wires as shown in Fig.2. Making sure that all wire connectors are secured. If your outlet box has a ground wire (green or bare copper), connect the fixture’s Ground wire to it. Otherwise, connect the fixture’s Ground wire directly to the long strap using the Green Screw (H) provided. 8. To prevent moisture from entering the outlet box (A) and causing a short, use clear silicone Sealant to outline the outside of fixture back plate (F) where it meets the wall leaving a space at bottom to allow moisture a means to escape. 9. Place the back plate (F) into stud (B) and secure it tightly against the wall using cap nut (I). (Fig 1) 10. At this point, unscrew the finial (K) and the nut (L), remove the cage (J) gently to install the light bulbs in accordance with the fixture specification--DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM WATTAGE RATING! 11. Replace the cage (J), secure with the nut (L) and the finial (K). Fig. 1 Fig.2 FI XTURE WI RES GREEN OR BARE COPPER ( GROUND) FI XTURE WI RES WHI TE FI XTURE WI RES BLACK HOUSE WI RES BLACK ( HOT) HOUSE WI RES WHI TE ( NEUTRAL) HOUSE WI RES GREEN OR BARE COPPER( GROUND) Your installation is now complete. Return power to the outlet box and test the fixture. “CAUTION-RISK OF FIRE CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN TO ENSURE CORRECT BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUCTOR” U.S. Patents: D457,681; D461,591; D463,062 This product is protected by United States Federal and/or State Law, including Patent and/or Copyright laws.